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>> good morning to you. that might be expire you to get out of bed this morning. you are watching "fox & friends first." >> i am heather nauert. >> i am heather childers. shocking video coming out of arizona showing the moment a driver in a parked car guns it running down three police officers. >> it is violent and also intentional. we are talking about the man who was behind the wheel. jackie, when can you tell us? >> the police chief calls it unprovoked violent video. the video backs it up. three officers standing near a patrol car in a very well lit area. it is after 1 in the morning.
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the surveillance camera shows the suspect mark pain an african american car back his car into a parking lot facing the store. several minutes goes by before he pulls out turns the lights back on hits the gas pedal plowing straight into the officer. the rookie officer is thrown up into the air and into the store window. another breaking his leg. the third officer jumping out of the way. the suspect then tries to fight the officer. amazingly the rookie and the sergeant that jumped out of the way they were able to get up, taz and arrest the man. >> he got propelled into the glass, got up and fought this guy and got him in custody. >> unbelievable. a real hero. >> he is now facing three counts of attempted murder this morning. two officers are still in the hospital at this hour but all three are expected to be okay. >> we will check back with you.
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thank you. >> and turning now to the race for the white house donald trump gaining momentum. the gop nominee is gearing up for the affordable child care plan. what can webbings pekt from hillary clinton who is going to be back on the campaign trail. when will that happen? >> donald trump is closing in on hillary clinton in a series of key battle ground states. but he still has a big problem a double dig get deficit with female voters. that's when he enlisted ivanka to help him unveil a series of proposals to reach out to women. particularly in the suburbs a key area of working moms where both parties are working to get votes. mandatory paid maternity leave and tax credit for child care. we don't usually hear from the
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republican presidential nominee. he is making a strong pitch not just to women but independent voters who side elections. he talks about how he will pay for such an expensive plan. he wants to dip into insurance unemployment funds. he wants 12 weeks of paid family leave he says has zero chance of getting through congress. very little meaningful policy work has been done. pie opponent has no child care plan. she never will, if it ever evolves into a plan it will never get done anyway. all talk, no action. >> trump taping an appearance on the doctor oz show. it will air tomorrow. he will talk about his health regimen and prepare to release records from a physical he went through recently. it will show he's in great shape to be the commander-in-chief as
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clinton continues to recuperate at her home in chappaqua. her husband former president bill clinton has been on the stump and president obama was in philadelphia pinch hitting for clinton and slamming trump. >> anybody can fire off a tweet. that doesn't mean you know what it is like to manage a global crisis. the closest you can come to understanding what it is like is to be where hillary has been. >> top democrats tell me they are concerned about the lack of criticism so we will see president obama on the trail getting african american voters out to the polls as states around the country get into early voting in the next couple weeks. heather, heather? >> we spoke about the importance of the african american vote. >> a wall of silence as two of
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hillary clinton's it experts go on capitol hill and plead the 5th. a third refuses to show up all together. law americas getting nowhere when they had the company manage and deleted part of hillary clinton's e-mail archive despite an order to keep them. >> on the advice of council i respectfully decline to answer and assert my 5th amendment privilege. >> assert my 5th amendment constitutional privilege. >> you can't answer the question about whether or not you were interviewed by the fbi. >> and it went on and on. the two witnesses invoking the 5th 10 times. when you take the 5th before a congressional hearing you made
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the impression you fear criminal prosecution. >> the no show witness was brian pagliano who has fbi immunity. he could face consequences for defying congress. one witness who did answer questions was the aid to smashed two of hillary clinton's blackberries with a hammer. he went out of his way to preserve the data on the devices. congressman chai fits was the whun asking questions. >> the illegal immigrants who tried to assassinate donald trump in the las vegas rally. remember that? michael sanford pled guilty to charges he tried to grab an officer's gun to attack the presidential nominee. he told police he had been planning to kill trump for over a year. he faces about two years in prison and deportation. george zimmerman smiling and laughing testifying against a man accused of trying to kill
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him. matthew aperson pulls behind his truck last year and threatens him before firing a shot through his window. according to police officers, apperson has a fixation on zimmerman. he's the former neighborhood watch person who was acquitted in 2012 in a killing of the florida teenager trayvon martin. >> chellie manning to be the first prisoner to receive gender reassignment surgery on the tax payer's dime. >> back in 2013 manning was convicted of stealing and releasing 750,000 pages of u.s. documents and videos to wikileaks. >> hurt feelings not the only thing bothering ryan lochte after his wild dancing with the stars debut. check this out.
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>> because suffering an ankle injury. they forced him back. lochte's partner says he was on the verge of tears. they rushed to the tabling for america taking revenge for loch lochte's line about being robbed in the olympics in rio. >> now a fox business alert for you hackers strike again. they target olympic athletes. cheryl casone is here from our sister network fox business with the latest. >> this is obviously troubling for those olympians especially those playing by the rules and putting their america records into files and loss their medications. several high profile athletes medical records were exposed by
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the athletes. they preached the drug enforcement agency for the olympic committee. people like simone biles serena williams all of their records were made public. simone biles of course the rock star gymnast we know and love tweeted about it. having adhd and taking medicine for it is nothing to be ashamed of. nothing i am afraid to let people know. elana delzon she was exposed as well. she took to twitter. it is the same group that we think the russian based hackers that attacked the dnc. they really went after these olympians. >> nobody has their privacy. >> if you are in pittsburgh today and you see a car from the side but you don't see any one in the front see. don't be worried. i think perhaps i would be worried. >> this is a test, but i want to be clear about this, they are going to have a human in this
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car. they are testing it. i think everybody has the same fear that you just put out there. basically these are going to be tricked out volvos. an suv or ford fusion, these cars are going to have lasers and sensors and gps and this is uber's first time trying out driverless car technology. i have to say, this is just my opinion but they have issues with tesla and their driverless cars and technology. there are a lot of folks out there concerned about safety. there will be a human in the car. they will see how it goes. >> laser censored humans in the jeep. >> here's something that doesn't have to be human. your honey might not want to say i love you but there's an app for that now. maybe you have a husband who suspect great at expressing his love and emotion for you.
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his wife told him you are not i am presses i have to telling me how you feel about me. you can schedule lovely messages to be sent to your wife or husband or loved one in any way, shape or form. it lovebot. you can send messages of love, casual or motivational to your partner. >> i think that's kind of nice, actually. >> come on. >> you don't talk to etch oo other face to face now you are not going to say i love you. >> i will take it. >> the time is 11 minutes after the top of the hour. on the run a stolen semi-truck speeding down the freeway. dramatic chase happening for hours. a long one. what was inside the big rig that had officers so worried. >> hillary clinton capping off a big week for the democratic nominee. is this the beginning of the end for othe political candidate? >> a shocking investigation
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about hotel bed sheets that will make your skin crawl. >> first take a look at the weather across the country today. pretty hot on the east coast and the south and west. we will be right back.
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>> 55 days of t until the elect. she stumbled at the first presidential show down and then she made this comment about donald trump supporters which she is still facing some slack for. >> you know, to just be grossly general lis tick, you could put half of trump supporters into what i call the basket of
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deplorables. >> now some new light being shed on her health crisis after she collapsed on a 9-11 memorial event. is this the beginning of the end? here is fox news contributors. thank you for joining us this morning. you worked with hillary clinton's campaign. is she in real trouble here? oo she could have handled it differently. let's go through the issues. >> let's start with the deplorable comment. she said half of all trump supporters are deplorable. she said herself it was grossly negligent but it is over
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reaching. it is not 50 percent of donald trump supporters. let's take a look at the last 48-hours of the trump campaign. you had a man in the audience punch a man in the face and slap a woman in the face. donald trump security took the protestors out and the guy who punched the people and slapped the woman he got to stay. a 69-year-old woman waring an oxygen mask was cold cocked knocked up. >> there are deplorable people supporting donald trump. it is not 50 percent. i think we all would agree white supremacists are deplorable. >> that is not half of the supporters. >> this is a problem with hillary clinton. she has a problem with the truth. am that's whey america has what she has going.
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instead of rigging the system and getting rid of bernie sanders and she can barely gets to the finish line. if she is a quarterback he is throwing 3 or 4 intersections and hillary clinton can't put him away. this will be a tough race. >> let's go to the forum that was just held involving national security. a lot of folks said donald trump did best on that. >> hillary clinton has a problem with the truth. matt lauer exposed that to america. the rest of america has known that for years that is why her unfavorables are so high. i don't know whether it is her health her service as secretary of state, her e-mails. she can't tell the truth.
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people don't like that. >> there's a small number of voters who are still making up their mind. i think those voters were left. they are really really smart. the only thing they have to do is go look at the transcript of that forum on two questions donald trump answered. i will put it up up on my twitter feed. just read the transcript and it becomes very clear. he disqualified himself yet again. >> why is it you think all of the polls we have done recently show military leaders seem to be supporting trump? >> well, it's because they want a strong america. he has a clear vision on why america needs to become great again. look at what happened in hillary's service. they are being wildly aggressive and they are blaming the iran nuclear deal. it is her policies that have been a disaster for america and
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she simply cannot tell the truth. >> they couldn't say whether they had anything to do with it. >> the time is 20 minutes after the hour respect the flag allow the perch. laying down the law for those who try to follow in colin kaepernick's foot steps taking a knee for the anthem. jumping 200 feet from the water fall. why tourists had to come to his rescue. we will be right back.
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>> well tomorrow back to a dramatic video of a marathon. big rig with hazardous materials on board. it play out on live tv. they had a four-hour pursuit with speeds of 20 miles per hour. threatening suicide by cops saying he didn't want to go to jail. the cargo was eventually deemed safe. a police negotiator convincing that driver to pull over and surrender. >> taking the plunge to the extreme. a daredevil jumps 200 feet from the top of a water fall. >> can you see him there? a man gets a running head start before plunging off the cliff in hasn't hasn't. you can hear a loud thud when he hits the water. the impact was so hard it knocked him out. he is okay tourists went after
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him. >> the samsung exploding phone disaster gets worse. >> fox news headlines 24/7 on sirius xm 115 to explain. what's the deal? >> io -- io s10 there's an aut correct feature so no more i will bring party hats and pizza slices. just send the i am mow g emoji. you can use your finger to tap the screen tell suri to get a taxi. there was a small glitch if you plug your phone into a computer it can be resolved. some of the issues they had early on fixed overnight. apple rolling out new features as samsung struggles with their
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ex comploesive battery problems. they are banning all of the phones from trains and buses after incidents like these. you can see one phone started a car fire. another bursted into flames in a child's hands. samsung's loss could be apple's shows nearly 50 percent of galaxy note 7 users would rather exchange their samsung for an apple phone. they are urging customers shut down the phones and take them back. they will throw in a $25 gift card for your inconvenience. you can upgrade the software but you will be stuck with a 60 percent battery life. they said if you have the galaxy note 7 you have to shut it off keep it in the carry op and you can't charge it. we are not out of the food yet with the battery problem.
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>> thank you. >> the time now is about 26 minutes after the top of the hour. a mainstream media bias alert. >> rarely but on more than one occasion over many years the same sort of thing happened to her. >> that's not how they aired it. why the network says it cut doubt the word frequently. we will explain. protect you fro? (crunch) what if one sit-up could prevent heart disease? one. wishful thinking, right? but there is one step you can take to help prevent another serious disease, pneumococcal pneumonia. if you are 50 or older, one dose of the prevnar 13® vaccine can help protect you from pneumococcal pneumonia, an illness that can cause coughing, chest pain, difficulty breathing, and may even put you in the hospital.
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donald trump tackling big issues less than two weeks before the first presidential debate as the clinton campaign reveals when hillary clinton will be back on the campaign trail. >> and flags for faith. the quarterback punished for his celebration on the football field. fox & friends first continues right now. >> song to get your toes tapping this morning. good morning to you. the sun not up yet in new york city. winter is on the way for sure. i am heather childers. >> i am heather nauert. it is half past the hour. we begin with a fox news alert.
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we have shocking new video coming out of arizona. it shows a moment the driver in a parked car guns it and runs down three police officers. >> the disturbing incident described as violent and intentional. we have information about the man behind the wheel. >> the phoenix police chief calls it unprovoked violent act. three officers including a rookie on the first day standing in front of a patrol car at a convenience store in a well lit area. it shows the suspect mark payne an african american man back his car up into a parking lot. several minutes goes by he pulls out turns on his lights and hits his gas pedal. the rookie officer is thrown in the air and into the store
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window. the rookie and the sergeant were able to get up and taz the driver. >> he got up, got back in the fight and took this guy into custody. >> unbelievable. hero. it is unsomebodying aeptable. >> i have been in law enforcement for over 30 years i have seen a lot of things. i have never seen so many senseless violent acts targeting law enforcement. >> two officers are still in the hospital at this hour. thankfully all three are expected to be okay. heather? >> now turning to the race for the white house. the republican nominee gearing up for a major economic speech after he unveiled his child care plan. ed henry is live with the latest on trump and when we can expect hillary clinton back on the campaign trail.
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>> good morning. >> good to see you. i spoke to mike pence donald trump's running mate. what they feel good about right now if you look at ever are i battle ground state across the country they are tied with hillary clinton and tim kaine or one side is up one point or two points within the margin of error. they are closing in on hillary clinton in all of the key places where they have to win. trump right now has a double dig get deficit still with women. that's why we saw him roll out this child care plan he talked about with his daughter ivanka. she helped put it all together. that major economic address tomorrow is all comb trump trying to graebroaden his appea reach out to independent voters at a critical time in this race. remember he's trying to take advantage of the fact that hillary clinton's health has taken her off the campaign trail just adds trump is gaining momentum as they get closer to the first clash in the face to face debate. here he is last night on "sean
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hannity. >> i hope she can get better and get back out. i don't want to get involved with it. i hope she is going to be fine and she will continue on. we are doing well and i enjoy the competition. we have a big debate coming up in two weeks so as you have probably heard a couple of people have heard about that pun. it is going to be a biggie. >> it is the under statement of a century maybe. everyone anticipating that first clash face to face. trump today making an appearance on the doctor oz show tomorrow to talk about his health regimen. clinton continues to recoup rate from pneumonia in her home in chappaq chappaqua, new york. president obama was pinch hitting with african american voters he believes trump is not giving them a fair shot. >> he wasn't going to let you
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out on the gulf course. suddenly this guy is going to be our champion? if you want better wages a bigger point or workers stronger regulations for wall street you should be voting for hillary clinton. >> he will continue his own outreach to african americans to frint michigan. the terrible water crisis a few months back plus a stop in canton, ohio. >> football is involved. why not. >>' tis the season. >> mainstream media bias. bill clinton about hillary's health. in the piece he slips and says she has fainted frequently over the past few years. >> all of her doctors
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frequently -- not frequently. rarely but on more than one occasion over the last many, many years the same sort of thing happened to her when she got severely dehydrated. >> that is different than the first clip they ran. >> she has been -- it's a mystery to me and all of her doctors. rarely but on more than one occasion over the last many many years the same thing happened to her. >> they say the edit was made because of time. >> charles krauthammer saying it's the stealth not the hillth played here. there is a big difference between frequently and rarely. >> it makes you want to walk away from politics and the media. that is an out right -- i won't call it a lie. it is not a believable
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statement. it isn't a question of time. they weren't covering for them. the reason it is important. it is a slip, yes, but it is in the context of a couple who hides stuff. they have been hiding stuff for 30 years. what everybody is asking, are they hiding something more serious. the frequently and rarely is a huge different. he said both. which is true you have to see that if you are going to make a choice. >> flag for faith on the football field. texas christian university quarterback kenny hill calls for unsportsmanlike conduct for this touchdown celebration that took place on saturday. the ref thought he was making a throat/ing motion but it was sign language for giving thanks to god. here is the rising king motion showing it going across the chest not the throat. the celebration is nothing new but he has done it at a handful of other games.
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heather? >> respect the national anthem or ride the bench. a catholic school system in new jersey is threatening to perch players. >> the public school team taking a knee before the recent game. reading in part this, quote, we are not public insurance cushions and free speech in all of its demonstrations including protests is not a guaranteed right. >> time now is 40 minutes after the hour. a national disgrace. a brand new e-mail and series of e-mails showing colin powell blasting donald trump. >> why edward snowden deserves a second chance from president obama. >> engine fire, rights. >> meet the woman who is responsible for saving thousands of lives in the sky. that exclusive report when we come back.
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here's the plan. you grow up wanting to be a lawyer, because your dad's a lawyer. and eventually you land a grown-up job with a 401k and you meet your wife. and you both work constantly... so you're surprised how much you both want kids, and equally surprised you can't have them. sometimes you fight about stupid things. then you move on. but you feel like something is still missing. so together, you adopt a little boy... and then his two brothers... and you up your life insurance because four people depend on you now. then, one weekend, when everyone has a cold and you've spent the whole day lying around watching monster movies on tv, you realize that you didn't plan for any of this, but you wouldn't have done it any other way. no matter who you are or where you end up in life,
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>> my father understands the needs of the work force. offered a new innovative solution where others have not. >> they unveil affordable child care in the pitch for voters. >> how the proposals would work and who they would benefit. break it down. >> donald trump with hid daughter ivanka by his side outlining child care proposals that would ease the financial hardship of parenting including partially paid maternity leave and creating a tax advantage to pendant care savings account. they want to provide incentives to provide child care at work offer 6 weeks paid leave to moms if their company doesn't offer it and also offering parents tax
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rebates that could be worth $1,200 on an an actual basis. to be eligible single parents must earn less than 250,000 a year. couples will earn less than 500,000. parents can deduct the average cost of child care in their state based on their child's age. also the deduction would be available for up to four children or get this all dependents. they estimate it would cost 2.5 billion a year but it would pay for that by tackling unemployment insurance fraud. that is valued annually at 3.4 billion. his daughter ivanka added safe affordable child care should not be the luxury of a fortunate few. hillary clinton offered up her plan several months ago she would cap the cost at no more than 10 percent of the income guaranteeing 12 weeks of family leave and universal pre-k for 4-year-olds. i've van kau trump talking about
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her dad will be on fox & friends this morning at 8:20 a.m. eastern time. that will be a great interview. she will talk about this very subject. >> a lot of questions. thank you, cheryl. >> let's keep talking about donald trump's child care plan. the gop nominee unveiling it in an attempt to woifrn women voters. will it work? weigh in on the facebook page after the show #keep talking. steve doocy is going to talk about inside information. >> good morning heather and heather. oo well respected award winning journalist. he has written a number of books on the clintons. if anybody knows the true health of hillary clinton it will be ed klein. barack obama was on the stump for hillary clinton saying she is the most qualified candidate
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for president ever? ed klein himself told us the clintons and obamas don't lieveng other. so what's up with that? he will be joining us in the 7:00 hour of fox & friends. hope everybody will put down the remote pick up a cup of coffee and watch the heathers for the next 14 minutes. >> see you down stairs in about 14 men's. >> thanks, heather. >> we will be right back. stay wihere you are. wn ultra? oh yeah one bottle has the grease cleaning power of two bottles of this bargain brand. a drop of dawn and grease is gone.
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>> former secretary of state colin powell bashing donald trump calling him a national disgrace. new details leaked telling a former aid that trump is quote in the process of destroying
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himself. no need for dems to attack him. that was back in june. they admitted the exchange is accurate. couric hit with a $12 with a million lawsuit. the program added 8 seconds of silence after couric was asked or as couric asked them how guns could be kept out of the hands of terrorists and felons. watch this. >> there are no background checks for gun purchasers. how do you prevent felons or terrorists from purchasing a gun? >> so you see right there, a lot of silence, right? the reality of that clip was they gave their answers right away so they'd say that katie couric and the production company was trying to make them look clueless. >> then cbs deleted some time. a very special person has
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retired. leslie shook. she's bidding boeing goodbye after 35 years. >> most people wouldn't recognize her by that name. pilots would recognize her another. our fox news correspondent lea gabriel gabrielle, a former f-18 pilot would know. >> just because she left boeing, her voice will remain for years to come. if you've ever thrown an f-18 you will instantly recognize her. if there are any sensitive or young ears, you might want to cover them. there is a bad word in the story. the word is used in truly the most endearing way. take a look why. >> when you're in these aircraft, there's no room for error. when something goes wrong, all kinds of bells and whes ls alert you. there is one voice that stands out. >> pull up, pull up.
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roll right, roll right. >> it's the voice of f-18. >> that's her official name. >> why? >> she pitches at us when we do something wrong. >> she's very boss i. but she's always right. >> just like the mother-in-law. >> that's exactly what my instructor told me when i learned to fly. on a dark night out at sea, betty was with me. this is a simulator, but it was pitch black dark coming in to land. my gear and flaps down. all of a sudden, i heard engine fire right. engine fire right. mistake that you hear people make is they accidentally shut down the wrong engine. hearing betty know that this is my right hand, my right throttle. >> i'm pitching betty. she's leslie shook and been with boeing for 35 years. she's retiring. why some people might be offended by the nickname, she embraces it. >> i kind of like it.
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that's okay. i like being in the line of pitching betty. >> while the pilots make jokes. >> we can mimic her. we hear is thousands and thousands of times. >> her voice is no joke. >> her voice is heard over iraq. wherever the hornet is in the seven countries around the world flying an airplane, her voice is there. she saved more lives than she knows. i know mine more than once. >> is there anything you want these young men and women to know from you? >> want them to know how many people -- they probably lose track of that. there's a whole lot of folks standing behind them. just like betty does. i just get a little personal nudge in to tell them what to do and to tell them to do it right. >> before this story, i actually never knew that betty was a real person. thank you, leslie, for keeping us safe. heather and heather, when i was
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flying f-18, i was 25 years old. my mom wished she could be there. to know that a motherly voice, that was betty, was always there. >> that's terrific. to think of all of those people, all the pilots, the aviators she kept safe over the years. that's terrific. she should be proud of that. >> and she should be. >> i like how lea said her nickname in the most endearing way. of course. >> thank you. the time now about six minutes before the top of the hour. a bench clearing brawl that halted a football game. the punishment these players are now facing. >> a shocking investigation about dirty hotel sheets. >> yuck. >> going to make your skin crawl. you need to hear about it. >> make you get out of bed. hey, searching for a great used car? yeah! you got it.
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leaking classified documents in 2013. uber begins testing the self-driving car service for the first time in pittsburgh. the experts voicing their concerns. there will be a human in the car just in case. time for the good, the bad and the ugly. sfirs the good. sheer joy. toddlers, best friends at a chinese orphanage are reunited. watch. >> have to get married now. so sweet. the pair adopted by two families who live just five minutes apart in texas after spending nearly a year apart. their families say these little kids hugged at least 400 times. cute. next the bad. a report that will make your skin crawl. your hotel sheets may not be as clean as you think. an investigation found three popular hotels in new york city hadn't changed or washed bedding in between guests. the candle wood ip and suites, la quinta inn and residents inn by marriott.
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a bench clearing brawl on a high school football field. the teams punching and ripping each other's helmets off in los angeles. both teams forced to forfeit the game and the next game on their schedules. thanks for joining us everyone. the sheet story. bye. see you later. bye bye. good morning to you and your family. it is wednesday, september 14th. i'm ainsley earhardt and we start with this. it is a fox news alert. police officers run down in a parking garage. this dramatic surveillance video showing that driver accelerating directly into the cops that were standing there. what we have just learned about that suspect and those officers. >> oh, man. that's hard to look at. >> meanwhile, hillary clinton still on the sidelines after her collapse and her diagnosis of pneumonia. now she apparently haunted by brand new e-mail scandals courtesy of


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